Connecting USB
Connect a USB storage device (external HDD, USB memory) to the USB port on the TV to enjoy the content files stored on the USB device on your TV.
Tips for Using a USB Device
A USB device that has a built-in automatic recognition program or uses its own driver might not be recognizable.
Some USB devices may not be supported or may not work properly.
If you use a USB extension cable, the USB device may not be recognized or may not work properly.
Please use only USB devices formatted with the FAT32 or NTFS file system provided by Windows OS.
It is recommended that you use an external USB hard disk with a rated voltage of 5 V or less and a rated current of 500 mA or less.
It is recommended that you use a USB hub or hard disk drive with a power supply. (If the power supplied is not sufficient, the USB storage device may not be detected properly.)
It is recommended that you use a USB memory stick of 32 GB or less or a USB hard drive of 2 TB or less.
If a USB external hard drive with power-saving function does not work, turn the hard drive off and on again to make it work properly. See the owner's manual for the USB hard drive for more information.
Data on a USB device may be damaged, so it is recommended that you back up any important files. Users are responsible for data management. The manufacturer bears no responsibility.
Turn off the TV before removing the USB device. If you are recording, stop. Removing the USB storage device while the TV is on may damage the TV or the USB device.